thank for the nice collection of new features, highly appreciated and I am not saying that the mcneel team is not doing a great work, you all DO great work, thank oyu very much! rhino is my primary working software nearly 20 years and I love it.
I am super happy with every new feature and was really looking forward to the line type scale per object, which we now have.
There a re a some bugs, i call them bugs, i dont know if you think they are features, and they are around since years too. Like the tab not working in text edit, which drives me crazy on a regualar basis, was never really adressed, we had a discussion about that 2 years ago, then the lack of control of the line type scale while printing, and a lot more. i could attach now a screeny from my linetype settings and back and forth, which differs a little bit from the images in the link you posted.
You are right , i am scratching my head atm, because I really struggle to understand why the overall communication is not more easy for us all. i think i know from which point of view you are answering, it cant be the view of a designer and I think thats exactly the problem here.
so, I just want the linetype scale look the same on my print than in model space, but there is no way I know, that I can control that, except using a scale of 1.0 for all lines, than the line look ok on the print, but not in the model space. in rhino 7 there was this global scale at least for model space, we now have scale per object, which is way better.
how can I make my line type look the same in the printing preview / layout area like in the model space? thats the question, your post is not answering this. this works for dimensions since years.
you know, i need that, because i print a lot of layouts and sections and i check before printing in the layout space and preview, if there are the right colours and everything and line types obviously.
that is not working despite all the shiny new features, like the tab in the text properties. or at least i dont know how to do that.
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